Every Family Has a Tale to Tell!

Struggling to put in writing a story you want to preserve?

Mythos Creative Writing can help!


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My niece loves sitting around her grandmother’s kitchen table, listening to her mother and I reminisce.

“Uncle, tell another funny story about you and mom when you were kids.” she will invariably ask.

Whenever my family gathers together, we devote at least one evening to reliving old times. We’ve heard the same tales before, even my niece at this point. But, this storytelling, acknowledging our shared history, is a bonding experience.

Researching one’s ancestry has become easier with more historical records available online. But, knowing the names, important dates, and geographical locations associated with an ancestor is no substitute for knowing a person’s life story. 

When someone passes on, we naturally strive to keep their memory alive. We accomplish this by talking about our loved ones. Sharing funny anecdotes or remembering how they coped with more challenging times is cathartic. Sadly, there comes a time for all of us when no one remains alive to tell our story.

The rich and famous often take on the task of writing their memoir. Writing an autobiography is no easy feat for most. Celebrities have the luxury of hiring a professional ghostwriter to put their thoughts on paper.

My love of history, coupled with a desire to help others, has led me to ghostwrite. I strive to assist average, everyday individuals in their efforts to leave behind a written account of important memories.

Check out a sample of my work called “Flo’s Fright” I wrote for a woman wishing to bring a memory of her mother to life. 

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